Another Wednesday. Another chance to win a book.
This week’s featured author of historicals started her first novel at age 8, on a trip to New York City to see the Statue of Liberty, and she’s been writing ever since. She often wandered away from her parents while sightseeing, and as a young child was lost in the Puerto Rico airport for an afternoon. She now lives in the Northeast with her husband and four kids.
- Entrant must put their guess in a comment on the Write Thinking blog. Commenting on Facebook or Twitter doesn’t count toward a chance to win. (At present, commenters are not required to sign in, making it easier for more folks to play.)
- Entrant must have a USA mailing address to be eligible to win a book. (Sorry. Cost of postage outside the US is too prohibitive.)
- The first person to name the featured author correctly wins a Robin Lee Hatcher novel (of Robin’s choice). If no one has guessed correctly by Friday morning, there will be no winner for this round.
- If there is a winner, he or she will be announced in an update at the bottom of this post. If the winner fails to contact Robin at her Write Thinking email address (see left sidebar) with his/her mailing address, no prize will be awarded to a runner-up.
- No one who has won a book within one month is eligible to win.
Be sure to check back to this post on Friday to see the answer and to see if you’ve won.
Update: Well, it’s disappointing. We stumped readers this week. So much so that we only had one guess. All I can say is that you really need to acquaint yourself with this terrific author.
Tracy, writing as T.L. Higley, started her first novel at the age of eight and has been hooked on writing ever since. After attending Philadelphia Biblical University, she earned a B.A. in English Literature at Rowan University. She then spent ten years writing drama presentations for church ministry. A lifelong interest in history and mythology has led Tracy to extensive research into ancient Greece, Egypt and Rome, and shaped her desire to shine the light of the gospel into the cultures of the past. To learn more about Tracy and her books, please visit her web site.